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preparing for the world baseball classic and others turned down invitationings, justin verlander, mike trout and frankly their clubs pay them and not their countries. they wanted to get ready for the season. >> harris: who is in the finals. >> japan, heavily favored and the dominican republic on the other side. >> harris: so you're making a case why they don't go because they can get hurt and obviously with david wright, that's an example of that. >> you bet. >> harris: i'm glad that the olympics don't work that way, otherwise we'd never have an olympic team. >> there's more history there. this is only the third world baseball classic. we'll he see, as time goes on maybe the u.s. will put more important. >> harris: your inaugural visit here, and peter schrager is on the road and thank you for pinch hitting for him. >> hopefully i got a bunt single. >> harris: people can read more, the report for wall street journal. >> and wsj.com. >> harris: nice avatar, by the way, nice picture. good to see you. and that's how fox reports on this sunday, march 17th, 2013. we're all irish on this day, so ha
and minority voters? >> we need to call out the hypocrisy on the left. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> mike: thaand happy st. patry weekend to everybody. i wore the tie just for the occasion. only weekend of the whole year i get to wear it so i hope you like it. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. my first trip to israel occurred nearly 40 years ago in july 1973. just a couple of months before the yom kippur war i was a teenager at the time. i purchase a map and ask the people there to open the map and show me where israel is. israel is not on the map. interesting, isn't it? israelis are asked to make peace with the people who refuse to acknowledge their existences. israel is condemned for its construction of a security wall but until it was erected it was common for terrorists to strap bombs to their bellies, board a bus and kill innocent men, women and children. with the construction of that wall those acts of terror virtually stopped. shall we condemn those who wish in peace in their neighborhoods. their children to be able to play in a park?
the house with the governor. ♪ >>> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you. thank you very much. a great lively audience and a fantastic show lined up for you. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. who would have thought that just over four months after liberals were dancing in the streets over president obama's reelection they are now crying in their beer and some don't even drink beer but they started. because they are are now realizeing that their taxes have gone up. way up in some cases. and obama care which was supposed to save them $2,500 a year is busting their budgets as the cost of their healthcare is soaring. ultraliberal comedian bill maher must have met with his accountant and gotten his tax bill. here is what he said. >> rich people i'm sure you would agree with this actually do pay the freight in the country. something like 70%. and here in california i just want to say liberals you could actually lose me. it is outrageous what we are paying. over 50%. i'm willing to pay my share but it is ridiculous. >> mike: like
. a celebration began on a very, very wet field. >> mike: it was surreal as to how wet it was. rain was coming down. and it was, matt halladay, who i thought had a play to turn the whole series around when he took out marco scutaro at second. we thought at the time, it is his season with a knee injury, sprained his knee. he stayed in and stayed in the series. >> jon: 14 hits and 28 at-bats. >> mike: and a pop-up from holiday to scutaro. >> jon: more than just a little irony. rockies spent jim wright, pitching coach out to the mound. now game five in cincinnati, sergio romo. and scott rolland, down on strikes. that was his 35th pitch. he worked hard to get through that one. >> mike: i thought the body block that romo laid on it, i never saw that, who was that? someone came around the pile and got smoked. >> jon: we'll have to find out who was down with an injury all through the winter. >> mike: you smoke your teammate in celebration. oh, well, it was all good. >> jon: quiroz. >> mike: i never saw that before. or at least never noticed it. >> jon: probably add couple of good bruises as souvenirs
by math genius mike byster. >> brainetics teaches you every important learning tool that is not taught in schools. how to focus, how to concentrate, how to problem solve, how to memorize anything. when you have these tools and use them to your advantage, your mind becomes incredibly powerful. >> woman: these kids are seeing just how fun and cool learning can be and it's motivating them to do amazing things. >> girl: 743. >> how many have 743? very good! awesome! good job! >> woman: inspiring students teachers and parents across the country, the brainetics math and memory system is a recent winner of the parents' choice gold award. in addition to the parents' choice foundation's highest honor, mike byster and brainetics have also been spotlighted by leading news and media publications across the country, including reader's digest's "best of" issue and abc's 20/20. >> mike: oh, good job! [kids scream, mike laugh >> brainetics is tons of fun the kids absolutely love it, it's intrinsically motivating. >> it's really a way to make your brain work much more efficiently in a very short amou
and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. we've got a great lively audience and a fantastic show lined up for you. welcome to huckabee from fox news studios in new york city. who would have thought four months after liberals were dancing in the streets over president obama's reelection, they're now crying in their beer and some of them don't even drink beer, but they started because they are now realizing that their taxes have gone up. way up in some cases and obamacare, which was supposed to save them $2500 a year is busting their budgets, as the cost of their health care is soaring. ultra liberal comedian bill maher must have met with his accountant and gotten his tax bill. here is what he said. >> i'm sure you'd agree with it, actually do pay, and i saw the statistics, something like 70% and here in california, i just want to say, liberals, you could actually lose me. it's outrageous what we're paying. over 50-- i'm willing to pay my share, but, yeah, it's ridiculous. >> mike: all right, it looks like he realizes between the federal tax hik
, earning $37 million in the first quarter. >> st. patrick's day weekend is here and our meteorologist, mike nicco, has the forecast. >> breezy and cool conditions but you do not need to worry about an umbrella. that is in the back half of the seven-day outlook and we will talk about the clouds and how they keep the temperatures down today. >> mike, thank you. >> the new smartphone that could give apple a run for its money. the new features >> novato, oakland, sunnyvale, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> the new smartphone of samsung could give the iphone a big run for its money loaded with features that the iphone doesn't offer including allow users to scroll by waving a hand over the phone. another feature detects eye movement. it will pause a video if you turn away and resume when you look back at the phone. the phone hits stores in a month or two at a price of $300. >> that is cool. >> the last big part of the new downtown traffic loop if hayward begins tonight and will continue through the weekend. this is animation provided by the city of hayward showing how the loop works st
that we're worthy to receive. there's a little catch. "mike, is it possible for somebody to sow seed and not get a harvest?" yes. yes. because if all i needed to do was to sow seed... a rich man could purchase god in his favor, and a poor man wouldn't have a chance. but god added something to the seed and harvest equation. he added the word "expectation." it's not enough to plant a seed. that seed must have an instruction. it must be wrapped with expectation of a harvest. "what do you mean?" "he that cometh unto him must believe that he is and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him." without faith, not without a seed, without faith -- faith is confidence in god. without faith it's impossible to pleasure the heart of god. does your seed impact god? no. faith for the harvest from the seed. my seed is what i sow. my faith is why i reap. my seed decides what i'm sowing for. but my expectation decides what i will reap. we have all been taught to plant seeds. but we have not been trained to expect. i had a man come up to me. he says, "brother mike, when i give to god i expe
and gentlemenn, governor mike huckabee. mause plause -- [applause] >> thank you. great lifely audience here tonight and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. pat on the back and tip of the hat to senator rand paul who used a soldem used rule call filibustering to see if protection means by our government or from our government. rand paul brought together principled conservatives and liberals to voice the alarm over the lack of transparency of u.s. policy of killing american citizens with drones that are suspected of terrorism. >> the senate being an institution, but this is more important than the institution, this is about following the constitution that makes it quite clear that being a citizen means that our government has to follow due process in accusing us of crimes, that includes to formally charge us and tell us what we are accused of . provide legal counsel and assume that we are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a jury of our peers and insure that the evidence used against us is used lawfully. >> if we are found guilty, then we are
anchor sheryl generalization, and mike nico, and don sanchez emcee eed the event to race money for the ronald mcdonald house. the house creates a supportive community for families of children with life-threatening diseases. >>> still to come, rand paul for president? the new poll that could lead up to the g.o.p. favorite for 2016. >> the wildfire bushing right now and i would official -- the wildfire burning right now and officials are concerned this fire season could be one of the worst ever. >> a former 49er gives back. >> carolyn: pennsylvania state police are investigating a bus crash that killed the pregnant coach of a women's lacrosse team. the driver was also killed when the bus from seton hall university ran off the pennsylvania turnpike, crashing into a tree. several of the 23 passengers onboard war were injured. the 30-year-old coach was six months pregnant. her unborn child did not survive. >> new worries the fire season could beginning earlier than ever. right now firefighters are battling a blaze threatening 50 homes in colorado. here's the details. reporter: firef
redevelopment agencies successor, anity and mike grisco, and the highest bid was by $42 billion and i asked mike to give a brief on that. >> mike grisco from the office of community and investment, that is the new name for the redevelopment agency. >> we issued a request for block nine, you can see on that map that is on the corner of fulson and first street. we will have under construction, block eleven, block six, and block nine, three projects. together, they will have over 1,000 units. including about 35 percent affordable between those three projects. each individual project has affordable. >> each has different amounts of affordable and i will talk about block nine >> we offered the rfp last year and got three proposals and the panel composed of agency staff and a member of the committee reviewed all of the proposals and the team composed of housing bridged the non-profitable housing development deron, as a team received the highest score based on the rfp and the citizen's advisory committee did endorse that recommendation at its meeting last month. a summary of the proposal, i will have i
, and that's where weather channel meteorologist mike seidel is tracking things tonight for us. mike, good evening. >> hey, lester. blizzard warnings tonight in parts of three states, here in colorado, also parts of kansas and nebraska. here in denver, snow is typical in march. typically, much of the year, so far four inches downtown, but no major issues on the roads. snow pounded denver today. falling at an inch an hour at times. nearly 500 flights out of denver international airport had to be canceled. >> it's to be expected in colorado. you know, we just love it here. so it will be good for us. >> reporter: the same system brought quarter-sized hail to mesa, arizona. 60-mile-per-hour gusts in the phoenix area triggered a rare winter dust storm. >> this thing's moving fast. i'm pretty surprised. >> reporter: and in southern california, heavy snow pummeled the mountains. this latest system follows a massive storm that left much of the northeast covered in snow. and produced damaging coastal flooding along the shore. in massachusetts, three oceanfront homes had to be demolished on plum isl
. >> carolyn: abc7 news anchor sheryl generalization, and mike nico, and don sanchez emcee eed the event to race money for the ronald mcdonald house. the house creates a supportive community for families of children with life-threatening diseases. >>> still to come, rand paul for president? the new poll that could lead up to the g.o.p. favorite for 2016. >> the wildfire bushing right now and i would official -- the wildfire burning right now and officials are concerned this fire season could be one of the worst ever. >> a former 49er gives back. >> carolyn: pennsylvania state police are investigating a bus crash that killed the pregnant coach of a women's lacrosse team. the driver was also killed when the bus from seton hall university ran off the pennsylvania turnpike, crashing into a tree. several of the 23 passengers onboard war were injured. the 30-year-old coach was six months pregnant. her unborn child did not survive. >> new worries the fire season could beginning earlier than ever. right now firefighters are battling a blaze threatening 50 homes in colorado. here's the details. r
with sports. >> mike: hoop it up. the ncaa tournament. we have a huge shocker of the number one seed. while the cal bears had their chance against syracuse, couldn't find the bottom of >> mike: we tip off with the men's ncaa tournament. cal facing syracuse down at san jose. the bears trying to advance to the sweet 16 for the first time in 16 years. but turnovers and a cold shooting night ended the dream. fair led the orange, 18 points, corner three, cal leading scorer, allen creab, an offnight. 3-9 from the field for eight points. 32-24 syracuse at the first half. cal cuts into the lead. great bucket by cobb but he was held to five pointsle cal now down seven. sir cuckoo ices it. he had 11. cal eliminated. syracuse advances to the sweet 16 with a 66-60 victory. >>> we all take it as a learning experience and get better. it's all about getting better, and that experience and all, i understand what it takes to win games against teams that have another national notoriety. >> mike: upset of the day, gonzaga gets bounced in a shocker by wichita state. jake weiss purpose punches it in. fred van f
mass which will be palm sunday celebration on many 24. >> time to check with mike nicco. any sprinkles in the forecast, mike? >> i don't think so. we have summer-like clouds that are not dropping sprinkles. maybe just a little mist if you are driving in them. it is quiet this morning. it will be a dry commute this morning and during the evening hours. the temperatures are very mild, mid-to-upper 40's, with clouds opening as we head through the morning hours and we will be in the low 50's at noon along the coast and bay and inland in the mid-to-upper 50's and high clouds and sunshine for the most part late this afternoon with upper 50's to near 60 degrees and clouds stay away during the early part of the overnight hours and we are dropping down to 44 at half moon bay and low-to-mid 50's for the rest of us. tomorrow is the day it gets interesting. the rain returns. then we will have scattered showers on wednesday. there is still a slight chance of showers on thursday but most of the rain will fall tomorrow. we will have a timeline for you coming back here. sue? >> thanks, mike. at the ba
the rocket before it disappears in the fog? >> mike? >> the cloud cover hangs around in the 9:00 or 10:00 and then we have high clouds and sun. if you leave the house now napa and novato, they are the cooler temperatures at 39 degrees. 41 in santa rosa. we are at 50 in antioch and mountain view. 48 in oakland and hayward and san carlos and san jose and 49 in san francisco. mid-60's to low 70's throughout the bay shore. we will have low-to-mid 70's inland. we have clouds at the coast. i do believe with a northeast wind we will face the clouds away in the afternoon and you will be in the low-to-mid 60's. the three day forecast shows tomorrow we have an increase in clouds. temperatures are mile at mid-60's to around 70. 50's at coast. a few sprinkles tomorrow evening. we will see more sunshine. the cooling trend continues on sunday. more clouds and temperatures are ten degrees cooler by monday. kristen and eric? >> thank you very much. we are looking at traffic this morning. we have been talking about the fog down 101. we have been talking about this problems an accident southbound 101 in
favorite weather team. wednesday, first day of spring. >> hard to believe it's here. mike shumann is here with a preview of sports. >> mike: selection sunday was kind to our local teams. cal and saint mary's got into the ncaa tournament. we'll tell you where they're going who they'll face. ) 3 daysg to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. ♪ burning like a fire ♪ building up from deep inside it was 3 days of pure joy. susan g. komen's investments in early detection and treatment have helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the u.s. by 33% since 1990. help us continue serving the millions of women and men with breast cancer who still need us every day. register for the 3-day now. (woman) it's just been an amazi
will it arrive? leigh glaser has the forecast. >> mike: the warriors on a three-game road trip starting in houston. it's a must-win today. we have >> another major cancellation caused by the san francisco simple offend strike. the east coast tour has now been cancelled. it included a date at carnegie hall. ♪ >> so far four concerts in san francisco have been cancelled because of the strike that began on wednesday, according to symphony management musicians rejected a federal mediator's proposal to resume playing while negotiations continue. the musicians are unhappy by the proposal that would include a pay freeze. >> it wasn't an undercover operation but a covering up in oakland today, patienting over graffiti. a group of volunteers used gals of paint to consecutive graffiti on walls on kennedy street. dire says he is determined to clean up the city. >> already done a couple of sting operations and the individuals do not live in oakland. they just come to oakland and paint it up, graffiti it, and dump it. and so we're fed up with that and we're going to take action. >> dire says he p
, recently had. this is john in an altercation and this is being filmed by mike miller from his new business, a gamers lounge he just opened and eventually john notices mike is filming and he first flips the bird and then does this. >> whoa. >> what the [ bleep ]. >> he goes and punches mike through the glass store front hitting mike in the process. we have pictures of the injuries that mike suffered. here is his hand. here is the front of the store. ironically, george foreman boxing poster in the background. you may be wondering what's going on here? >> yeah. >> according to mike who shot this video john ross of the working at a business right next to his. john was under the impression he won the lottery, $25,000, and went to work and said, you know what, i am out. quit his job because he thought he won the lottery. thought. >> he wasn't sure? >> yes, he wasn't sure because he didn't win the lottery. then he went back to his job, asked for his job back, and they said no. and then this scene happened. dude is upset because he can't get his job back and obviously upset he is being filmed and
. four years, but some things are going on. it will be fine. >> ama: mike shumann will have the exciting highlights ahead in sports. >>> a lock-picking class that mayor jean quan has apologized for, continues to draw interested students. the mayor says the class strikes the wrong note in a city trying to reduce its crime rate. the instructor says the classes is more for tech people who want to know how things work. >> certainly not blind to the fact it's a loaded term, and in oakland this press coverage is garnered with mixed emotions and we were very happy with the number of community and civic leaders that wanted to see what it was about. >> the class is part of an event called workshop weekend oakland, other classes were cheesemaking and the basicking are sole -- soldering. >> a home makeover for a girl who lost a father and sister. plus... >> going to let her die. >> ama: a nurse at an independent living facility refuses to give a patient cpr. the reason why she wouldn't help save a life. >> later, budget cuts have been made. >> fremont, palo alto, north bay, and all the bay area, th
on. it will be fine. >> ama: mike shumann will have the exciting highlights ahead in sports. >>> a lock-picking class that mayor jean quan has apologized for, continues to draw interested students. the mayor says the class strikes the wrong note in a city trying to reduce its crime rate. the instructor says the classes is more for tech people who want to know how things work. >> certainly not blind to the fact it's a loaded term, and in oakland this press coverage is garnered with mixed emotions and we were very happy with the number of community and civic leaders that wanted to see what it was about. >> the class is part of an event called workshop weekend oakland, other classes were cheesemaking and the basicking are sole -- soldering. >> a home makeover for a girl who lost a father and sister. plus... >> going to let her die. >> ama: a nurse at an independent living facility refuses to give a patient cpr. the reason why she wouldn't help save a life. >> later, budget cuts have been >> fremont, palo alto, north bay, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> ama: an indep
the case and that they're biased against the girl. mike tobin joins us live from the court in ohio. mike, we know they had closing arguments and now the verdict. what are you hearing? >> reporter: well, you know, among things that the special proper got into in the closing arguments was a key point from the defense that the victim in this case seemed to pursue one of the two defendants, trent may. she had a crush on him. she even rebuffed her friends when they thought she was too drunk to get in the car with the football players. >> it makes it wrong because she trusted him, and he took that trust and he served her up to his friend and made it a joke. that's what happened. so the fact that she might have liked him, i think that makes this case worse. >> reporter: now, on the witness stand, the victim testified about text messages she received froms in which he said he should be thanked for taking care of her the nate in question. jamie. >> first of all, what did the defense put up other than her testimony. she remembered so little about that night. >> reporter: the defense really seemed
at attempts to reduce gun violence. then senator mike lee of utah delivers the republican address. he talks about the federal budget and wasteful spending. >> it has been three months since the tragic events in newtown, connecticut. three months since we lost 20 innocent children and six dedicated adult who had so much to give. three months since we as americans began asking ourselves if we are doing enough to protect our communities and keep our children safe. for the families who lost loved ones on that terrible day, nothing begins to ease the pain they are feeling right now. it come does not come close to healing the wounds that might never heal. the last few months changed us. it asked us to ask difficult questions on what we can and must do to prevent that kind of massacres we have seen in newtown and aurora, as well as everyday tragedies that happen far too often all across america. today there is genuine disagreement about what steps we should take to reduce the epidemic of gun violence in this country. ,ut you, the american people have spoken. you have made it clear that it is time
, leigh. shu is here with sports. >> mike: hoop it up. the ncaa tournament. we have a huge shocker of the number one seed. while the cal bears had their chance against syracuse, couldn't find the bottom of >> mike: we tip off with the men's ncaa tournament. cal facing syracuse down at san jose. the bears trying to advance to the sweet 16 for the first time in 16 years. but turnovers and a cold shooting night ended the dream. fair led the orange, 18 points, corner three, cal leading scorer, allen creab, an offnight. 3-9 from the field for eight points. 32-24 syracuse at the first half. cal cuts into the lead. great bucket by cobb but he was held to five pointsle cal now down seven. sir cuckoo ices it. he had 11. cal eliminated. syracuse advances to the sweet 16 with a 66-60 victory. >>> we all take it as a learning experience and get better. it's all about getting better, and that experience and all, i understand what it takes to win games against teams that have another national notoriety. >> mike: upset of the day, gonzaga gets bounced in a shocker by wichita state. jake weiss pur
prison. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's mike mibach is live with the punishment they say amounts to torture. >> reporter: 10 inmates named in the lawsuit, they describe torture and cruel and unusual punishment. >> fellow human beings. >> reporter: today they rallied in oakland. >> it is torture. >> reporter: on their minds prisoners locked up. >> not like they are prisoners of war. they are in prison here. >> they are human beings. >> reporter: there are 10 convicted criminals associated with rival games. >> they are hopeful because of the lawsuit. >> reporter: she is one of the attorneys representing the prisoners. >> we are seeking a court ruling that anything above 10 years in solitary confinement is unconstitutional. >> reporter: they spend 22 half hours a day deprived of human contact. >> lot of them sleep at cold because it is cold. they don't have access to the outside. >> spokeswoman said it is essentially from allowing them organizing gang aacts -- ang acts. -- gang acts. >> with that out of the way and the other comments she made
with the forecast. >> mike: zach earth and stephan taylor talk combine with taylor talk combine with suspicion keith. wh >> ama: now to a possible breakthrough in hiv treatment. scientists say a baby born in mississippi with the aids virus appears to have been cured. the child was treated with antiviral drugs within 30 hours of her birth and is now two and a half. she now has no signs of infection. it would mark the second reported cure for the disease. >>> marin county will be featured in a new crime drama premiering today. the show revolves around a stay-at-home mom with ties to organized crime. the majority is actually shot in vancouver but viewers will see a few local landmarks. the rosenberg was borne and raised in marin county and decided to set the story in the north bay. >> absolutely why. i know it fairly well. and, two, it mirrors the dutch period in terms of being a suburb across the bay from a larger city, and being kind of a water -- >> ama: you can catch the first episode of red widow tonight at 9:00. >>> find out how soon the rains going to be approaching. high, leigh. >> leigh: by we
on at stanford,. >> mike: it was, we ran two into stanford greats who are framing stanford greats who are framing --ys of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >> mike: only a few good machine move on to the pros after college career, and the meat market, the combine, is the game for the draft. ertz and taylor returned and we talked to them about their experience. >> hand off up the middle. see ya. touchdown, stanford. >> in the nfl, it's coming to the reality right now. it's not here yet, though. still a process that i am still trying to get in. >> he is a tough kid, and also most touchdowns, total touchdowns in the history of stanford. 45, and ran a 4.7 eight. ize it wasn't as good as i wanted
are stuck in the traffic on it where you cannot see it. >> if the rain can hold off for the event, mike? >> the rain will move in at 7:00 to san francisco and across the bay bridge toward oakland. right now the big story is how dry it has been and it is dry this morning. did you see the flags on the ferry building? that is why we don't have rain because we don't have clouds. we are 5" behind where we should be in santa rosa and four in san francisco and sfo and four in oakland and san jose. three in livermore. we will see how it breaks down. off to a cool spot, 30's inland. increasing clouds today as the cold front draws near and stay in the low 50's at the coast but hit the upper 50's in most neighborhoods by noon and hang out in the afternoon. by 4:00, light rain is moving into the north bay and by 7:00 it starts to spread south out of the north bay and across all of our neighborhoods during the evening and overnight hours. when the initial line pushes through we will have waves the showers for tomorrow, we will have scattered showers for thursday, and low-to-mid 50's is the coolest d
in the next half hour. >> the rain is here as forecast by mike nicco. i wonder how that will impact the stadium tour this morning. >> and can we still see showers? >> nice observation, we have some of our best radar runs down around the grade coming through the grade where 80 and 84 and 68 to stevens boulevard and mission roads coming from the hills and slide into fremont. you can see we are seeing our better radar runs. headed to the south, you can see light to moderate rain right now headed back to lafayette street across 237, over toward mountain view and sunnyvale we are seeing a little bit of a decrease in the intensity of your rain and you can see from cupertino all the way down to saratoga over to campbell pretty good radar runs right there on 85 and also on 17 coming into downtown san jose where we are seeing light-to-moderate rain. this is all headed to the northeast. the east bay valley is ready to get another round. mid-40's, to low 50's outside, and as we head into the afternoon hours, we are going to have scattered shows throughout the forecast with temperatures hanging
is causing chaos for people on the east coast, it's causing cash registers to ding in the sierra. >> mike is joining us from the sierra where it's a late winter wonder land. mike? >> reporter: yeah, as good as this is for the businesses up here, well, if you were traveling today, it was bad. mainly because of the yo-yo effect between the sunshine and the snow. jackknifed. smashed. rushed to an ambulance. >> it's terrible. it's awful. >> reporter: this is a look at yet another wave of winter weather that shuts down part of interstate 80 travel in the sierra. >> that's going to this be a problem. >> reporter: just after noon, four people in the car lost control after this big rig driver jackknifed in front of them. >> i don't want to talk about it. >> reporter: the race to treat four injured people shut down westbound i-80. the backup stretched nearly a mile. >> you've been stuck in this. >> about an hour and ten minutes. >> another issue at doner's summit. >> rollovers. yeah, rollovers. >> reporter: that stopped all eastbound traffic after the driver of this liberty truck flipped on anothe
will continue in a moment. >> also, rain moves back in the bay area. how long will it last? mike nicco is tracking it all with live doppler 7 hd. >> the latest in a tragedy at a californian mall rescue center, a young woman is killed in a deadly lion attack. her father is now speaking out about what happened. >> another look at h.p. pavilion where thousands are honoring to two police officers from santa cruz killed in the line of duty. well carry it live and stream it live on our website at >> thousands are arriving for a memorial service for two santa cruz police officers killed not line of duty last week. >> the service for the detective s begins in just under 15 minutes and well bring it to you live. we are showing you the fire truck ladders showing the arch, a farewell with honor. >> an autopsy is being done on lion that mauled an intern to death in a central valley animal park. investigators are looking deeper into why the woman was in the enclosure and what provoked the attack. kira klapper is live with the latest from the newsroom. >> it has been less than 24 hours since hanson
area. how long will it last? mike nicco is tracking it all with live doppler 7 hd. >> the latest in a tragedy at a californian mall rescue center, a young woman is killed in a deadly lion attack. her father is now speaking out about what happened. >> another look at h.p. pavilion where thousands are honoring to two police officers from santa cruz killed in the line of duty. well carry it live and stream it live on our website at [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet atat home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's the fastest internet for the price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hotspot that connects your wi-fi devices and can even save on your smart phone data usage at hom
glaser has the forecast. >> mike: the sharks better be careful. they're capable of playing themselves out of knost season. the men in teal score three >> ama: new at 6:00, the san francisco police department is helping tackle bullying. kids from the tenderloin boys and girls club got to meet linebacker stan williams,; according to the organizers, these sessions give them positivity. >> after after encounter with us, i see the positivity the next time. they're ecstatic to go to school and do their homework. they want to work. they want to get better. >> ama: do the homework. following the gym. the group went to the park to pass around the old football, for positive reinforcement and fun. >>> high school prom season is coming up and one san francisco group is making those expensive dresses available for girls who can't afford them. this is the 12th straight year the princess project hat given away prom dresses. it allow us young women could toe come and pick out one of the 4,000 dresses on the racks. to giveaway continues tomorrow and next sunday. >>> we are in for some good weather coming
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